Spring 2017 Gender & Women’s Studies Colloquium Series
Sexual orientation, sexual fluidity, and the trouble with “born that way.”
Thursday, February 9, 2017
3401 Sterling Hall
Lisa Diamond, Developmental Psychology, Health Psychology, University of Utah This talk will review the most radical changes in our scientific understanding of the origins and expression of same-sex sexuality, including research on sexual fluidity, differences and similarities between men's and women's experiences of same-sex sexuality, and the implications of this emerging body of work for research, clinical practice, social policy, and advocacy.